As a TV-viewing world, we’re all aware that a lot of things happening on the idiot box that are purported to be real are, in fact, just a bunch of malarkey. The channel Reelz, which isn’t exactly known for its journalistic integrity, airs a series called Autopsy: The Last Hours of…, and its Whitney Houston episode was totally bullshitting everyone.
Ascension, the new three-part minseries from Syfy, is set to debut on December 15th, and it looks to be a thrilling and inventive watch. Check out this behind-the-scenes first look at the thriller, which teases murder and mystery.
Actress Natalie Dormer may have scored a win this weekend in Mockingjay: Part I, but to most fans, she’s still known as Margaery Tyrell on Game Of Thrones. For the most part, her portrayal of the social and political climber hasn't caused a lot of waves, but apparently, there was a behind-the-scenes issue that caused some controversy.
Jimmy Kimmel’s not always the most viral late night host, but he and his team of writers have come up with a few recurring video premises that make us laugh every single time. One of these is “Mean Tweets,” and this week Jimmy Kimmel Live! released the eight edition of the segment to amuse fans.
The TV remake train is still going, and if you're like me, you're thinking sci-fi is the perfect genre to keep mining. So here are ten classic sci-fi flicks that I would be totally down with seeing get transformed for the small screen, assuming everything about them would be made perfectly.
Key & Peele took it to the limit 80s-style this week, with a hilarious sketch involving a workout routine gone very wrong. Check it out ahead...
It looks like TBS is continuing to clean house as they have axed the Vince Vaughn-produced series Sullivan & Son after three seasons on the air. The TBS sitcom originally premiered in 2012 and followed an ex-corporate attorney who left his NYC practice to go back to his roots, working at his father’s neighborhood bar in Pittsburgh.
Live TV is difficult to produce. Snafus come in the form of accidental f-bombs, the wrong footage being shown and much, much more. A local news team in Worcester, Massachusetts went outside during a snowstorm to shoot a live segment only to have a drug deal go down just behind them.
When Parks and Recreation returns to NBC for its seventh and final season, it’s going to be a different show in many ways, from its shifted time frame to Leslie’s new job to her and Ben’s triplets. But it will resemble past seasons in several ways as well, especially with some of the characters coming back.
Robin Williams had a stunning amount of great roles in his long career, but even when he was in something not so great, he was usually the best part. And rather than slowly acquiring these attention-warranting abilities, Williams had them right at the beginning for his breakout guest spot on Happy Days.
Nine episodes into its first season, Gotham is not a series that seems likely to keep major surprises in its utility belt, as it’s basically a prequel to a universe that’s been around for 75 years. But this is 2014, and nothing is sacred anymore.
The CW has released a batch of images from the second half of the crossover between Arrow and The Flash, titled “The Brave and the Bold,” featuring the mysterious boomerang killer and another reunion between Teams Arrow and Flash
Sometimes the internet offers its own brand of genius. It happened this week when an avid Youtuber mashed up shots from Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy along with The Rembrandts, “I’ll Be There For You,” more commonly known as the Friends theme song to create the impeccable “Friends of the Galaxy.”
It’s difficult to believe that SNL is already partway through its 40th season on NBC. The show has seen many hosts and musical guests give live TV a shot over the years, and on Thursday, the network announced the latest round of hosts and musical guests headed to Studio 8H.
For years, The Biggest Loser has helped contestants to drop a significant amount of weight. While the end results are often beneficial, the road to weight loss can be a tough one, as evidenced in this new video from NBC, which highlights some of the shows most empowering and emotional moments.